Channel ‘Daisy Jones & the Six’ in These ’70s-Inspired Looks
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Viewers of Daisy Jones & the Six on Amazon Prime Video know that it’s not just the Fleetwood Mac-inspired music or the real-life Sunset Strip shooting locations that set the tone for the show. It’s also the ‘70s fashion that gives it a distinct sense of time and place. The fringed vests, peasant dresses, flared pants and crochet tops worn by the women leads on the show also communicate important aspects of the characters as their stories develop.
Related: Where to Watch Daisy Jones & The Six and Listen to the Soundtrack Online
Of course, it probably comes as no surprise to many viewers that much of Daisy Jones’ (Riley Keough) bohemian style is inspired by Fleetwood Mac’s Stevie Nicks. Costume designer Denise Wingate shared that Daisy’s onscreen style is a blend of Nicks, Cher, and Linda Ronstadt. Some of her more memorable outfits are also taken straight from the descriptions in Taylor Jenkins Reid’s book of the same name that serves as the basis for the show.
Karen Sirko’s (Suki Waterhouse) edgier, darker look is drawn from artists Patti Smith, Suzi Quatro and Marc Bolan, according to an interview Wingate gave to Footwear News. The look for Camila Dunne (Camila Morrone), who dons several long-sleeve floral dresses throughout the show’s run, was largely inspired by Ali MacGraw.
For viewers who love the vintage-inspired looks on the show and want to bring those styles to their own closet, Free People just dropped a new capsule collection ($14 to $1,140) inspired by Daisy Jones and the Six. Many of the new pieces are modeled by Keough herself. Amazon also has an online storefront dedicated to show-inspired style. In addition to a curated selection of pieces inspired by each character, the e-tailer also offers nail polish from Essie and hair color by Clairol.
If you’re looking to recreate specific looks worn by Daisy, Simone (Nabiyah Be), Karen and Camila, we’ve rounded up a few outfits inspired by each of the characters’ onscreen looks — shop some of our favorite picks below. (Minor spoilers ahead for the first four episodes of Daisy Jones and the Six.)
Where to Shop Daisy Jones’ Looks
The Look: Daisy Off-Duty
During a pivotal moment in the series’ first episode, Daisy wears a crochet crop top underneath a fluttery lace shirt paired with high-waisted blue jeans with emphasized seams. She accessorizes the look with silver hoop earrings and a western-inspired silver belt.
The Look: Bohemian Babe
Throughout the series, Daisy regularly sports a maximalist fur-trimmed coat (you know, for those freezing Los Angeles days). In this scene, she pairs it with a front-tie crop top and pants with button detailing along the front pockets.
The Look: Daisy Off-Duty
During the first recording session featuring Daisy and the rest of the band, she comes to the studio wearing an oversized button-down shirt and little else. Pair it with an embroidered tote to emulate Daisy’s bold first-impression outfit.
The Look: Daisy’s Festival Style
During Daisy’s first performance with The Six, she wears a flowy kimono-inspired wrap atop a crochet tank top. She finishes off the look with a pair of brown cowboy boots and her signature hoop earrings.
Free People Nightbird Burnout Kimono
The Look: Daisy Jones & The Six’s Grand Finale
Though the Daisy Jones and the Six finale won’t be available on Amazon Prime until March 24, viewers have gotten to see a few quick shots of the band’s fated final performance. In one of the shots, Daisy wears an ethereal gold caftan and what looks to be a pair of knee-high suede boots.
Sundress Shilow Shimmer Maxi Kaftan
Where to Shop Karen Sirko’s looks
While Daisy’s fashion choices tend to be bohemian, Karen’s looks tend to be a little bit more reserved. In the book, she describes herself as wearing “high-waisted jeans and turtlenecks most of the time.” While the onscreen adaptation gives her a little more variety, Karen’s style choices tend to be more subdued than the other female characters in the show, while still feeling appropriate for the setting.
The Look: Karen’s On-Stage Style
When viewers (and the Dunne Brothers, later known as The Six) first see Karen, she’s wearing a shimmery black striped turtleneck, velvet pants and a silver western-inspired necklace.
The Look: Karen Off Duty
In another scene, Karen wears a long-sleeve burnt-orange shirt tied at the waist and a pair of black pants secured with an embroidered belt.
The Look: Karen On the Road
In the above shot (and during the band’s festival performance in episode four), Karen wears a sheer long-sleeve top and a black velvet choker necklace. Underneath, she has a black lacy tank top and a pair of black pants.
Where to Shop Camila Dunne’s Looks
Like Daisy, Camila Dunne tends to favor dresses and tops with a lot of movement and patterns. But while Daisy’s outfits are often midriff-baring and short, Camila is often shown wearing dresses with long sleeves and calf-length hems. In several scenes throughout the show, she wears ’70s-inspired peasant dresses with floral and paisley prints.
The Look: Camila in the Canyon
Shortly after giving birth to their daughter Julia, Camila wears this long-sleeve patterned dress. Free People has several Daisy Jones-inspired items in their capsule collection with similar silhouettes and patterns.
The Look: Camila In the Studio
In a promotional still for Daisy Jones & the Six, Camila wears this chic retro outfit. She wears an untucked tan turtleneck over a long brown skirt that’s cinched with a wide statement buckle belt.
The Look: Camila at Home
In this scene where Billy is showing the house he’s rented for them and their daughter, Camila is wearing a classic ‘70s outfit: a blue long-sleeve patterned dress, platform sandals and an orange pair of square sunglasses.
Free People Shadow Side Square Sunglasses
Where to Shop Simone Jackson’s Looks
Daisy’s best friend and successful disco singer Simone has a style that’s distinct from the other female characters on the show. But like the show’s other female leads, she’s on-trend for the time period. She wears plenty of ‘70s fringe, knee-high boots and silver jewelry.
The Look: Simone in Fringe
Throughout the show, Simone favors another classic ‘70s trend: fringe. In the shot above, Simone wears a brown vest with a long fringe and a button-front skirt. She finishes the look with plenty of silver jewelry and brown leather boots.
The Look: Simone’s Party Look
In the above scene where Daisy and Simone go to a party, Simone wears a hammered silver necklace and a unique hook-front closure top with (you guessed it) fringe on the bottom. She pairs it with a zip-front skirt and a pair of brown leather boots.
The top below doesn’t have the front hardware as Simone’s piece, but it’s still got a similar style.
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